Admission Process

List of 5 items.

  • Application to Freshman Year

    Eighth graders applying for freshman year are asked to follow each of the steps outlined below.  Transfer students are asked to comply with procedures that have been developed especially for their unique circumstances.
  • Learn about Paul VI High School

    Whether Tours & Touchdowns before a football game, an in-school VI-er visit,  or our annual Open House, we offer a variety of ways for families to learn about Paul VI.  Our Admissions Events are a designed to help your family get to know ours!   To stay in the email loop, please fill out the Request for Information form.
  • Submit Your Application & Personal Essay

    Applications for the class of 2028 are being accepted now.  The Paul VI application is a required step in the admissions process; a completed application is also required for a student to schedule a visit during the months of  October, November and December.
  • Have Transcripts Sent to Paul VI

    Please use the Transcript Release Form to arrange for the academic records to be sent to Paul VI High School after the first marking period of 8th grade. 

    Please note: Each fall the Camden Diocese provides an Information Sheet to Catholic school students; students attending a Catholic school in the Diocese of Camden will use that information sheet to have their transcripts sent to Paul VI in November of each academic year.  (Students must also complete the Paul VI application)
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  • What's Next?

    Per the Diocese of Camden, Paul VI will send decision letters beginning December 4 to 8th graders who have submitted applications between September 1, and November 15th. Applications received after November 15th will be processed on a rolling basis.


For Transfer Students

Paul VI has special procedures for the unique circumstances of transfer students .  Please click on the link to access the information you'll need! 
Christopher is our fourth child to graduate from PVI and the lessons learned are priceless. We have been sending our children to Catholic school for 20 years, and the one question we get asked most about Catholic education is "is it worth all that money?"  The answer is a resounding "yes"!  Along with a great education, Paul VI planted the seeds of great morals, great values and a strong work ethic in the hearts of all of our children and for that we are grateful.  PVI prepared them well for college and more importantly for life and you can't put a price on that! This is the reason why we are sending our fifth child, Melissa to PVI!

James and Jeanette Bakey